Israel (PRWEB) March 06, 2014
For any writer, the short story is the perfect medium story. The art of writing is really the art of getting in touch with bits of one’s inner self and learning how to share that experience with readers. That is what author Danny Guy Lurie has successfully done in his literary work.
His book titled “A Collection of Short Stories” combines short stories, each of which deals with different subjects. The only thing that binds them together is that each has its own subject that will make readers think. Most of them are based on stories that the author read in dozens of places and historical events as well as that things that he saw or experienced. These are based on facts taken from the Bible while he adds his own opinion about it.
Each of the stories in this book takes place in different locations. There are topics based on the author’s life experience, one man’s search for his own identity, and the story of a family’s immigration among others. “A Collection of Short Stories” is an astounding piece of literary work. More than entertaining, it will captivate readers by its sensuality and frankness of scenes.
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About the Author
Danny Guy Luries’ parents came from different parts of the Jewish world. His mother’s parents came from Poland and Hungary and Austria during the time of Franz-Joseph and his father was born in Yemen. His fathers’ father had come to Israel with three of his baby nephews but had encountered racism on some parts of the European elements of the population and had immigrated to America hoping to find work there. Danny’s father died when the author was 8 years old and his mother remarried. He returned to Israel after having passed the age of consent, served in the army, and obtained three university degrees. He worked in translation, is married, and has one hyperactive son.
A Collection of Short Stories * by Danny Guy Lurie
Publication Date: July 23, 2013
Trade Paperback; AU$39.99; 420 pages; 978-1-4836-6849-9
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